The cleverly named WOOD offers investors a way to access the global timber industry, making this ETF a potentially attractive option for fine tuning a portfolio or implementing a targeted sector rotation strategy. This ETF may also have appeal to investors looking to protect against inflation, as timber has been shown to hedge effectively against a general rise in prices. Like many targeted sector ETFs, WOOD is relatively concentrated; there are only about 30 names in total in this fund, and a relatively small handful accounts for a substantial portion of total assets. Still, WOOD gives a good representation of the global timber industry, splitting exposure between international and domestic stocks. The other option for investors seeking timber exposure is CUT.